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Investigating Human Response, Behaviour, and Preference in Joint-Task Interaction [article]

Alan Lindsay, Bart Craenen, Sara Dalzel-Job, Robin L. Hill, Ronald P. A. Petrick
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We have designed an experiment in order to examine human behaviour and response as they interact with these agents.  ...  Our starting point is existing results from joint task interaction and their study in cognitive science.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is funded by the UK's EPSRC Human-Like Computing programme under grant number EP/R031045/1.  ... 
arXiv:2011.14016v1 fatcat:ikb3lusze5ci5fgxp3o46hye6a

Human agency beliefs influence behaviour during virtual social interactions

Nathan Caruana, Dean Spirou, Jon Brock
2017 PeerJ  
Results confirm the influence of human agency beliefs on behaviour in this virtual social interaction context.  ...  We investigated this issue in the context of a cooperative "joint attention" game in which participants interacted via an eye tracker with a virtual onscreen partner, directing each other's eye gaze to  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.3819 pmid:28948104 pmcid:PMC5610555 fatcat:zucd44doardntcjdup46a6r6ni

Intentionality of a co-actor influences sensorimotor synchronisation with a virtual partner

Peta F Mills, Bronson Harry, Catherine J Stevens, Guenther Knoblich, Peter E Keller
2018 Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  
We thus operationally define this judgement of task "easiness" to reflect subjective preferences for interacting with either a human or computer partner.  ...  For example, in human-robot interaction studies, it has been found that non-verbal communicative cues that are contingent on the human co-actor's behaviour can lead to robots being perceived as intentional  ... 
doi:10.1177/1747021818796183 pmid:30081732 fatcat:c6pp6fcu7vdxlnxi4bvqnz5x7y

Slaves no longer: review on role assignment for human–robot joint motor action

Nathanaël Jarrassé, Vittorio Sanguineti, Etienne Burdet
2013 Adaptive Behavior  
Funding This study was supported in part by an EU HUMOUR grant (grant number FP7-ICT-231724).  ...  Following pioneering work in the psychology of joint action, research in the field of human-human interaction (HHI) has investigated the control of motor interaction between humans.  ...  However, it seems that Jarrassé et al. 7 humans preferred the constant role, where robot behaviour is more predictable and thus easier to consider in their motor action.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1059712313481044 fatcat:h3d6zuz3abdzzilu55qcrppsgq

Dogs' attention towards humans depends on their relationship, not only on social familiarity

Lisa Horn, Friederike Range, Ludwig Huber
2012 Animal Cognition  
Both in humans and non-human animals, it has been shown that individuals attend more to those they have previously interacted with and/or they are more closely associated with than to unfamiliar individuals  ...  The domestic dog is an interesting subject in this line of research as it lives in the human environment and regularly interacts with numerous humans, yet it often has a particularly close relationship  ...  The Clever Dog Lab is supported by Royal Canin and a private sponsor. We thank B. Scaf for doing the double coding and L.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10071-012-0584-9 pmid:23224364 pmcid:PMC4041126 fatcat:qdlak4zo7rdtbpxzoc7dyebqou

Engineering agent societies

Alessandro Ricci, Andrea Omicini, Enrico Denti
2002 Proceedings of the first international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems part 3 - AAMAS '02  
In this way, some of the tasks currently performed by humans can be automated -possibly with improvements in efficiency or quality of service [2] .  ...  of the environment; and social/collective intelligence, required to provide services that necessarily involve the coordinated interaction of the autonomous parts.  ...  The individual tasks identified in the analysis stage drive the design of the structure and behaviour of the agent classes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/545056.545072 dblp:conf/atal/RicciOD02 fatcat:gylkeom5zbdvxmzgomy75httdu

Engineering agent societies

Alessandro Ricci, Andrea Omicini, Enrico Denti
2002 Proceedings of the first international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems part 3 - AAMAS '02  
In this way, some of the tasks currently performed by humans can be automated -possibly with improvements in efficiency or quality of service [2] .  ...  of the environment; and social/collective intelligence, required to provide services that necessarily involve the coordinated interaction of the autonomous parts.  ...  The individual tasks identified in the analysis stage drive the design of the structure and behaviour of the agent classes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/545068.545072 fatcat:ioakayhjczagzfypriiwgn5rh4

Object Handovers: a Review for Robotics [article]

Valerio Ortenzi, Akansel Cosgun, Tommaso Pardi, Wesley Chan, Elizabeth Croft, Dana Kulic
2022 arXiv   pre-print
comparable to human interactions.  ...  We compare the behaviours displayed during human-to-human handovers to the state of the art of robotic assistants, and identify the major areas of improvement for robotic assistants to reach performance  ...  The authors want to thank: Peter Corke for his invaluable feedback; Alessandro De Luca for the good advice about safety in physical human-robot interaction; Marco Controzzi for the discussion on the role  ... 
arXiv:2007.12952v2 fatcat:tko7plapu5dedin7eq64j7avcu

Grounding behaviours with conversational interfaces: effects of embodiment and failures

Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, Andre Pereira, Joakim Gustafson
2021 Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces  
AbstractConversational interfaces that interact with humans need to continuously establish, maintain and repair common ground in task-oriented dialogues.  ...  Two studies are presented in this paper examining how humans interact in a referential communication task with wizarded interfaces in different forms of embodiment.  ...  We would like to thank Iolanda Leite, Sanne van Waveren, Olle Wallberg, Olle Andersson, Marco Koivisto, Elena Gonzalez Raval and Ville Vartiainen for their contributions, and the 74 participants that cooked  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12193-021-00366-y fatcat:p5msjl2r6rhplb346xjkml4pti

Joint action and joint attention: Drawing parallels between the literatures

Sophie J. Milward, Malinda Carpenter
2018 Social & Personality Psychology Compass  
Joint action and joint attention 3 Social interaction is a crucial and pervasive component of human behaviour, and is consequently a skill at which we are highly adept.  ...  Two of the most important milestones in children's development are joint action (acting with others) and joint attention (attending with others).  ...  is responsible for which task set.  ... 
doi:10.1111/spc3.12377 fatcat:qepmfspwfbcrdeyfgkshwu4mka

Detecting communicative intent in a computerised test of joint attention

Nathan Caruana, Genevieve McArthur, Alexandra Woolgar, Jon Brock
2017 PeerJ  
joint attention behaviour.  ...  We investigated the influence that intention monitoring processes have on gaze-following response times during joint attention.  ...  Look into my eyes: Investigating joint attention using 526 interactive eye-tracking and fMRI in a developmental sample. NeuroImage, in 527 press. 528 Osterling, J., Dawson, G., & Munson, J.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj.2899 pmid:28123912 pmcid:PMC5244879 fatcat:sf4pkhpqh5dlnepqbrylzcdgqq

Close interpersonal proximity modulates visuomotor processing of object affordances in shared, social space

Elizabeth J. Saccone, Ancret Szpak, Owen Churches, Michael E. R. Nicholls
2017 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
Participants performed a behavioural object recognition task both alone and with a human confederate.  ...  The current, novel study investigated how close proximity of a stranger modulates visuomotor processing of object affordances in shared, social space.  ...  The authors thank research assistants Alex Barone and Nathan Leggett, and thank Lauren Nicholls for creating Fig. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-017-1413-7 pmid:28864874 fatcat:p3cngzzsgrautidacbvfkegtt4

Competence-based social status and implicit preference modulate the ability to coordinate during a joint grasping task

Sarah Boukarras, Vanessa Era, Salvatore Maria Aglioti, Matteo Candidi
2021 Scientific Reports  
Following this status-inducing phase, participants were engaged in a joint grasping task with the high- and low-status confederates in different sessions while behavioural (i.e., interpersonal asynchrony  ...  Participants' performance in the task (i.e., level of interpersonal asynchrony) when interacting with the low-status partner was modulated by their preference for him.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was partially supported by a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant 2017, Embodied Honesty in real world and digital interactions (eHONESTY, 789058) and a PRIN Grant  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-84280-z pmid:33674640 pmcid:PMC7935999 fatcat:fddvjl3jkrhhxgjkt3jpkcwxmq

Drum-mate: A human-humanoid drumming experience

Hatice Kose-Bagci, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Dag Sverre Syrdal, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv
2007 2007 7th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots  
In this work, our aim is not to have Kaspar just replicate the human partner's drumming, but to engage with the human in a 'social manner' using head gestures in a call and response turn-taking interaction  ...  We present an exploratory study investigating a drumming experience with Kaspar, a humanoid child-sized robot, and a human.  ...  We would like to thank our colleagues in the Adaptive Systems research group for help in preparing the experiments and the paper: Michael L. Walters, Joe Saunders, N.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ichr.2007.4813875 dblp:conf/humanoids/Kose-BagciDSN07 fatcat:ewgmsmquxjb7pjvb4mvxbs7qsm

Behavioural phenotyping assays for mouse models of autism

Jill L. Silverman, Mu Yang, Catherine Lord, Jacqueline N. Crawley
2010 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
Diagnosis is based on three categories of behavioural criteria: abnormal social interactions, communication deficits and repetitive behaviours.  ...  Behavioural neuroscientists are generating a comprehensive set of assays for social interaction, communication and repetitive behaviours to test hypotheses about the causes of austism.  ...  Several behavioural tasks are in routine use to evaluate the olfactory and auditory cues emitted by mice and the responses to these cues by other mice. Urinary pheromones.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn2851 pmid:20559336 pmcid:PMC3087436 fatcat:enknr4nitjd3jbrohnawxjsjku
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